At an elevation of 3200 feet, Ten Bits Ranch is situated within the rugged, Chihuahuan desert wilderness. The Ranch property includes craggy, desert badlands as well as our local “Garden of the Gods” which mirrors its more famous Colorado cousin. Views in all directions are gorgeous and our remote location makes us the perfect place to kick back and relax. We regard the Ranch as a haven for wildlife, a place for imagination and a hub for adventure. Plus, Big Bend National Park is only 20 minutes away!. . .
Nestled at the foot of Sleeping Lion Mountain,
this historic adobe home is a true lesson in West Texas Hospitality. The perfect mix of old-time tranquility and modern comfort, the Old Schoolhouse Bed & Breakfast is the ideal escape for any guest.
Whether its business or pleasure that brings you to Fort Davis, let the Old Schoolhouse show you why you should stick around!. . .
Welcome to the Stone Village Tourist Camp, a renovated 1935 tourist court located in the middle of Fort Davis, Texas, near the base of Sleeping Lion Mountain.
The property features 14 comfortable motel rooms, 6 charming camp rooms, heated pool and a landscaped courtyard and patio. All rooms in the motor court provide a sense of rustic comfort with hardwood floors, throw rugs, cedar ceilings. Each room features one to two queen-sized beds, private baths, wi-fi and flat screen televisions (cable incuding HBO). Our suites are suitable for extended stays with a queen bed and sofa sleeper, or tw. . .
The Hotel Paisano was built by Charles Bassett of El Paso and opened in June 1930. It was one of five hotels that he built in west Texas and eastern New Mexico of the Gateway Hotel chain. He commissioned notable architect Henry Trost of Trost and Trost in El Paso for the architectural design. The construction company was McKee Construction out of El Paso that had built most of the early Hilton Hotels around Texas in the 1920's and 1930's as well as most of the office buildings in downtown El Paso of that era.
The Paisano was for the most part a cattleman's hotel for its first 40 years. Ranch. . .
Welcome to Casa de Sueños (House of Dreams). Located just 12 minutes from the West side of El Paso, it's a little touch of Santa Fe, where four guest rooms await you. This hacienda-style Bed and Breakfast is decorated in southwestern themes based upon the mythology of the Mimbres Indians, who were indigenous to the southwestern portion of New Mexico.
Casa de Sueños sits on a high mesa overlooking the Rio Grande River Valley. Three sets of mountain ranges - in New Mexico, Texas and Mexico are visible from the expansive guest patio. The nighttime views of twinkling city lights and the view of. . .